Classic | Utilising the Skills Gap Analysis

Classic | Utilising the Skills Gap Analysis

About

Skills Gap Analysis functionality allows you to compare the requirements of a position to the skills of an employee. Furthermore, this functionality enables you to compare an employee’s skills set to a different position than currently employed.


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NextGen or Classic

The Classic version is the name given to the previous look and feel of the system. Important to note, both NextGen and Classic point to the same database. No data migration is therefore applicable. 

This article covers Utilising the Skills Gap Analysis for the Classic version of the system.

An Example of the Classic Landing Page


The article that explains the same for the new and improved NextGen version, is coming soon.

An Example of the NextGen Landing Page


Edition

This feature is available on Premier and Master.


Step 1: Add the Relevant Skills and Qualifications to a Position

To start the Skills Gap Analysis process, you first need to add the relevant skills and qualifications to the related position. A weighing can be allocated to the Skill to indicate the importance to the relevant position within the skills category. The weightings of a skill should add to 100%.

Navigation: Company Menu>Organisation Structure>Position Management

Select the Skills Tab.

Add the skills requirements for the position and save.


Select the Qualifications Tab.

Add the qualifications requirements for the position and save.


Navigation: Employee Menu>Skills/Training/Qualifications>Skills

Add the employee's skills.


Complete the fields and select Save.


Step 3: View the Employee's Skill Gap Analysis

Navigation: Employee Menu>Basic Information>Position Details.

Select Skills Gap Analysis.





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